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Old 02-06-2010, 09:43 PM
Location: Florida Gulf Coast
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Did anyone ever see that special on "ResidenSea" on the Travel Channel a few years back? Luxury residences on a ship that sailed full-time, docking for extended stays in various ports of the world. The apartments ranged from small to quite large....and expensive! I remember thinking, hmmmm, wonder how popular this will be...? At one point, they showed the lounge with the typical lounge entertainment, and there was only one couple in attendance...depressing. I suppose when the cruise ship is your full-time home, you don't feel the need to party all the time. Not sure if it's still operating....but I'm sure the lousy economy didn't help the idea.
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Old 02-06-2010, 09:47 PM
Location: southern california
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if you rely upon ship medical services to carry you it will be a short voyage.
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